Sound Counsel and Aggressive Litigation
Like many business matters, non-compete clauses have a range of legal implications, creating possible pitfalls and errors for the unwary. Whether you are entering into a business non-compete agreement or litigating a violation of a non-compete, it is essential to work with an attorney who understands this area of law and who will help you through every stage of the process.
As a client of Anderson and Associates, P.C., you will work with me, David A. Anderson, throughout your case. I do not shuffle my clients to various paralegals and assistants, and my clients do not get lost in the shuffle of a large firm. I personally give each of my clients the attention his or her case deserves as well as the benefits of more than 30 years of legal experience.
Transactional Representation ∙ Business Non-Compete Clauses and Contracts
I represent business clients and employees in non-compete agreements. Non-compete agreements are generally just one aspect of a larger employment contract with rules that are similar to those of any other contract. I offer legal service for employers and employees regarding non-competes that include:
- Contract negotiation
- Contract drafting
- Contract review
As an Indianapolis non-compete agreement attorney with more than 30 years of experience, I can help you understand the benefits and possible dangers regarding non-compete agreements.
Non-Compete Business Litigation
I represent employers that have suffered damages as a result of former employees violating non-compete agreements. These violations can result in significant losses for businesses, and it is important to obtain the highest compensation award possible, as efficiently as possible.
Business disputes have a tendency to linger on for far longer than expected, and disputes over non-compete clauses are no different. As a business litigation lawyer, I focus on finding the most efficient, effective results possible for my clients.
I consider myself a litigator, first and foremost. I have spent more than 20 years of my legal career handling complex litigation across the country for a major U.S. insurance company. This experience helps me know the boundaries and intelligent approaches when it comes to negotiating settlements for my clients, and, of course, it gives me the competitive edge when fighting for my clients in the courtroom.